Parker Increases Piston Accumulator Pressure Ratings for deep sea work

  • June 09, 2010
Parker Increases Piston Accumulator Pressure Ratings for deep sea work
Parker Increases Piston Accumulator Pressure Ratings for deep sea work

June 9, 2010 - Parker Hannifin announces the capability to provide high-pressure piston accumulators for the oil and gas market. With working pressure ratings up to 30,000 psi and capacities of 160+ gallons, Parker accumulators meet the tough demands of deep, subsea oil and gas applications, including blowout prevention systems (BOPs), well-head control panels, "Christmas" trees and other emerging drilling systems. The following pressure vessel certifications are available for all Parker piston accumulators:ABS - American Bureau of Shipping

  • DNV - Det Norske Veritas (E-101 regulations)
  • PED - European Pressure Equipment Directive "CE" Marking
  • ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • CRN - Canadian Registration Number
  • AS1210 - Australian Certification
  • Multiple certifications on a single vessel
  • In addition to high pressure-rated units for subsea applications, Parker offers piston accumulators rated to below -40°F. This increased flexibility at extreme temperature ranges offers GAD's customers the ability to operate their equipment in virtually any environment.Parker's piston accumulator capability includes 1.5- to 25-inch bore sizes with capacities up to 200 gallons. All are custom designed to fit a specific application utilizing a total custom-based systems approach that includes application engineering and worldwide support. Currently, Parker lead-times for both stainless and carbon steel units are significantly shorter than the rest of the marketplace.

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